Panel: Need to Differentiate Will Drive Demand for Non-Equities Data


Demand for low-latency data outside of the equities markets is likely to increase, driven by algorithmic trading becoming more commonplace in other asset classes and the need for firms to differentiate themselves outside of already-commoditized instruments, according to speakers on a recent panel hosted by Interactive Data's ComStock division.

"I think we are at the tip of the iceberg in terms of how clients are using algorithms today," said Guy Cirillo, global channel sales manager for Credit

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